Velvet Slippers by JP Crickets

by The Cricket on August 27, 2012

Velvet slippers originate back to early 20th century. Often called “Smoking slippers”, “Prince albert slippers” or “Tuxedo slippers”.  JP Crickets Velvet slippers are here now to be worn as you see fit!  Slip out of your running shoes, high heels, lace ups or monk straps and feel the comfort and style that our velvet slippers offer you. They can start you on your day or end your night, or anywhere in between.

JP Crickets velvet slippers are made especially for you in Italy in a small town by skilled craftsman. The slipper shoe at JP Crickets is a full leather bottom with a 3/4 inch heel meant to walk on pavement, cobblestone, grass, city street or the like. You don’t need to baby them, let us baby you with our fully “baby calf” leather lined inside. With or without a sock they offer both comfort and support.

Plush Velvet is everywhere with rich fall-ready hues. Luscious texture, sheen and beauty will be beaming from your feet as a must have accessory to give your look a wink or a nod. That bit of “up” with the “down” that your chic understated outfit begs for!  Bring a bit of whimsy, right in style, or current update to the forefront of your wardrobe.  Tuck away your linen and seersucker as the air chills and the leaves turn. The Velvet Slipper is a wonderful transition piece for NOW to ease you into Fall and carry you well into Winter towards Spring.

JP Crickets is now offering our JPC Collection, University Collection and we await another shipment of rich green, blue and burgundy, solid velvet slippers arriving daily.  JP Crickets is the first to offer a suede version of the velvet slipper that is exquisite and timeless.  Check out our website for a selection of suede tassel loafers and mules. Sign up for our emails so we can alert you when the new suede and velvet colors have landed stateside from Italy!

Arrivederci! Ciao Bella!


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Linda johnson August 29, 2012 at 5:49 pm

Wow I love these shoes ..and I get to sport my college alma mater and can’t wait to wear them to a game.


Laurie liechty August 29, 2012 at 5:52 pm

I love my crickets! Want another pair for Christmas


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